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At Tribune, Two Top Newspaper Execs Step Down
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At Tribune, Two Top Newspaper Execs Step Down

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Two top Tribune Co. officials have stepped down. Chicago Tribune editor Ann Marie Lipinski and Los Angeles Times publisher David Hiller have both resigned as Tribune cuts staff and shrinks its papers nationwide to save money.

Deborah Amos talks to NPR's David Folkenflik about the changes at the Tribune Co. and throughout the newspaper industry.

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